Tuesday, September 04, 2007

New Year's Celebration -Extreme North

Darrell and I took this video during our visit to the Extreme North in 2005. We were invited to a traditional dance that took place at one of the local hotels. We are able to upload videos, so I chose this as my first video upload. We had a great time celebrating and dancing.


Blogger Griet and Thorsten said...

Hi Jennifer,
We might be moving to Yaounde early next year and would love to rent a house rather than apartment. Any tips re: housing, moving and living in Yaounde would be great.
Thank you. If you would be still there it would be nice to meet up?

4:44 AM  
Blogger Inga Daniela Rivero said...

HI! My name is Daniela and I was in Douala until last October, working as a teacher in Bonaberi. I was wondering what brought you to Cameroon and if you're still there. I hope you had as much fun as I did! Eventhough Cameroon is a challenge on soooo many levels, the people and the different cultures make it worth every second of uncomfort. Good luck!

8:12 PM  
Blogger cameroon07 said...

hey, I have spent over 6 months in Sabga, Cameroon (near Bamenda) and am just finishing up school here in America before I go back full time. I saw your blog and thought I'd let you know how happy I am to hear about my favorite country. God bless you in Cameroon!

9:17 PM  
Blogger Danielle Kum Ning said...

Hi! My name is Danielle, I'm from Brazil and I'm married to a Cameroonian. I'm an English teacher and I want to get a job at the asoy. (Actually I wrote to you two years ago, I don't know if you remember me) How is the country like? How is the school, the students? I will appreciate any advice/insight you can give me...
thank you very much and sorry to disturb you.
(I have been living and working in Turkey for the past 6 years, if you want to come and teach in Istanbul I can talk to the people in my school- Istek Foundation). My email is:
daniellesf23@yahoo.com.br or minicik28ben@hotmail.com

11:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW! I am glad someone is enjoying my country. Please do have fun and I will visiting you blog to get more updates. if you do have any spare time you can visit mine at http://blogs.happysend.com/terencendikum


12:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jennifer you are blessed to be in cameroon and other part of the world.I every one is able to go into the world and see things for themselves as you do.
Thanks so much for in my country Cameroon.I am in Rock Hill SC and i wished to more of your pictures from that far end. I have a couple of in ASOY in Yaounde a place to be.
Thanks again, have a great time in Cameroon.
Tobias Mundu

2:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ms. Kennedy, the Blog is certainly a welcome stop for anyone trying to get some insight into Cameroon...looking forward to keeping up with this interesting path in your life. Live well.

7:42 AM  

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